Here are Manipur Elections Results 2012, Trends, Seats, Votes Percentage: Manipur Assembly Elections 2012. Trends after 1st round, 2nd round, 3rd round, 4th round, 5th round, early trends, 6th round, 7th round, 8th round, 9th round, 10th round, leads, trails, etc… Out of 60 seats: Trends coming in 41 seats Congress: leading in 26 seats PDF: leading…
Polling for Manipur Assembly elections 2012 will be held on 28 January 2012. The polling will be done for all MLA seats (60 Assembly constituencies) on this day. The counting of votes and the results will be announced on 6 March 2012. In the present assembly Congress Party (INC) holds 30 seats, MPP (Manipur People’s Party) has 5 seats, BJP – none, Independents – 10 seats and others 15 seats.
Let us see, Congress party holds its strength and power in Manipur and BJP finds its mark in Manipur assembly by winning even a single seat in this Assembly elections 2012.
Here is the details of Manipur Assembly Constituencies
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UP Assembly Elections 2012 Schedule or dates of Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Elections 2012 were announced by Election Commission on 24 December as February 8, 11, 15, 19, 23 & 28 and March 3 in seven phases. On January 9, 2012, the commission had announced that the original date of 4 February for the 1st…
2nd Phase UP Assembly elections 2012 will be conducted on 11 February 2012 in 59 seats of Uttar Pradesh. Gorakhpur, Kushinagar, Rudrapur, Sikanderpur, Madhuban, Ghazipur, etc are the important constituencies in 2nd phase vidhan sabha elections of Uttar Pradesh. The list of constituencies of UP 2nd phase assembly elections 2012 along with constituency serial number…..
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Oommen Chandy would be the next Chief Minister of Kerala after the assembly election results 2011. The Congress-led UDF has managed to win 72 seats against the LDF’s 68 seats. Born on 31 October 1943 in Puthuppally, Oommen Chandy has been the opposition leader since 2006. He is the longest serving Congress legislator from Kerala…
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